Write Caching And Command Queueing in Drives and Storage Posted January 1, 2006 I have a WD 74GB Raptor and there are two options that I dont know if I should turn on or not. First is Write Caching, I read that if its on there is a chance that you can have data loss or corruption. In the past I have had errors about missing files that prevented me from booting to windows so im thinking this might be to blame. I turned it off. Do you think it should be on or off? Second is command queueing. I thought this was a new thing hard drives had. I have had mine for a couple years now and I didnt think it was supported. What does command queueing do and should I turn it on? Thanks! Happy New Year!